Once he has committed his financial resources and relayed his strategic advice to a business he intends to invest in, Barry Honig usually steps aside and gives them space to implement. Honig is not in the business of micromanaging. This philosophy guides most investments he makes, and the results speak for themselves.
Nevertheless, Barry Honig can break the rules, as it were. When the opportunity to run the biotech company PolarityTE™ presented itself, Barry Honig decided this time he would stick around to solidify the company’s strategic vision and provide hands-on management of this start-up. Not only did this experience put the company on the right path for growth, but his experience as CEO also “allows [him] to think about how investors will view [his] decisions – what will make them happy.” Now that he truly understands both sides of the coin – investing and managing – he can invest smarter, guide his investments better, and be more successful. Barry Honig served as CEO of PolartiyTE™ for two years.